tv ABC 11 Eyewitness News Extra ABC March 13, 2016 11:35pm-12:00am EDT
heather: we are talking to drivers stuck in the middle of the travel nightmare. reporter: traffic is free flowing at this point. we are hereby exit 152. it opened about 35 minutes ago. it was a much different situation. with the video from earlier. this is what investigators are telling me. nine total accidents between exits 153 and 147. 21 people taken to area hospitals. unc as a satellite office in hillsboro. we don't know the extent of anyone's injury. we can tell you the first accident took place around 5:45 this evening in graham. we have a radar image that first alert meteorologist liz horton sent me that shows the strong line of stores passing through i-40 westbound. we don't know the weather was the cause, but it was a significant situation in this area. i had a friend passing through
she was waiting since 5:30 this evening. >> i was in raleigh going towards charlotte. reporter: i know you are not expecting this. >> not at all, not at all. we always collided with cars in sudden halt. the sun was shining on the road and there was a light rain. it was so bright on the road that the road was -- everyone had to come to a halt and that is what caused the accidents. reporter: we do not know the cause of these accidents. we reached out the highway patrol numerous times for details. only get more information, we will pass it to you on air and online. joel: thank you. raleigh police arrested this man, douglas hicks early this morning and charged him with stabbing a man at a raleigh nightclub.
street in the warehouse district. derek ethridge suffered injuries to his torso and wrists. he is expected to be ok. heather: and accused ambulance fee is behind bars and charlotte tonight. security cameras caught a woman getting behind the wheel of the ambulance. police were able to track its location with the onboard gps. she is charged with larceny of a motor vehicle and trespassing. joel: a brush fire the got out of hand is no longer threatening homes tonight. you can see the smoke. fire crews battle the flames near hope mills. a bar burned but it did not damage any houses. firefighters arriving tonight to determine the cause. heather: it has been 10 years since the party that led to the duke lacrosse scandal. crystal mangam accused members
the accusation was fake. ian -- espn was back in the case tonight. it's called "fantastic lies." joel: terror attacks on two new weapon in the fight against the zika virus. and look outside the news center on this sunday evening. fayetteville street drying out at the downpours earlier. thereof got a soaking as well. what is in store for tomorrow. liz: we have quite a few showers and more can be on the way for
liz: tomorrow is another active weather day. a marginal risk for severe weather for us. that means we get have more strong storms impacting us tomorrow afternoon and evening. let's take you to the weather headlines and show you what you need to know. showers and storms likely again tomorrow, mainly in the afternoon and evening. cloudy skies again tomorrow. you can see some sunshine often on. by the afternoon thicker cloud cover yet again. we will continue to warm up yet again to the 80's. we will cool done for the weekend. active weather days. monday will be the most active of the next seven. the reason why is the showers and storms. first alert doppler. tyler city of towards an area that is our seen a lot of other tonight. we will see more storms firing off. we're still seeing heavier pockets of rain in some of these thunderstorms.
getting a little better. north hampton county seeing a cell here but it will not last for long. we will continue to push off towards the east. we are not dealing with any these warnings anymore. if you zoom in, you can see the areas impacted here. it doesn't like will be seeing some soaking rain for at least another hour or two to come. rdu picked up more than three quarters of an answer rain today. jacksonville got about half an inch. we will see more tomorrow. look at this long line of storms started to form south of charlotte. we will be watching that as it pushes up to the north and east. durham, wet pavement. 63 degrees. precipitation less than half an inch. wides are pretty -- winds are pretty calm at the moment. there is continuing to be 60's and even 70 degree temperatures in smithfield.
temperatures will remain fairly mild overnight. likely to see upper 50's and lower 60's out there with cloud cover and a chance for spotty showers after this last batch of storms moves through. tomorrow morning we will see mostly cloudy skies. a slight chance of a rain shower or two. storms will hold off until the afternoon for most of us. we could see a light sprinkle or two. we will take you through that just a moment. temperatures will be quite a bit warmer than today. upper 70's expected for the triangle. closer to 80 and lumberton and lower 70's in northern counties. afternoon storm activity likely around dinnertime. we will show you early in the morning some tiny little showers possible. the morning commute likely will be ok. for clock-6:00 at night, more coverage embedded in this.
it looks like we could see some really strong stuff yet again tuesday. you will see some clearing tuesday at 10:00 in the morning. most of us will be seeing more sunshine by tuesday afternoon. we could see quarter inch to happen it's a rain tomorrow. yes, the severe risk will continue on to that marginal risk. that is the lowest risk on the severe risk scale. we could see quite a bit of activity there. stay alert. we will be with you through it. as we get this low pressure moving on through back behind it it will warm up. tuesday looks fantastic. mostly sunny. 80 degrees. nothing to complain about. stick around through wednesday and we get a warmer 84 expected for the high. that as a couple degrees lower than the record high. we will have to watch that one. the system comes the run thursday and i will knock it down by 10 degrees. we can be 20 degrees cooler than
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heartbreak and it's bigger than basketball. >> kind of people who have had their parents passed. my dad is there. already dealt with his share of pain. the loss of the brother eight ailment. on february 9 right after a gain tragedy knocked again. >> my mom called and said my dad was dead on the ground. dead. it was probably the most painful in life. >> he said just wait and let you know. finally he got a little later and i said i'm heading over. once i got there, we had a lot of tears. reporter: just 49, bill lived through his son, relishing every success in the court. >> my dad worked really hard every day.
tired but he was still go outside with me to shoot. reporter: two days later was another game against cape fear. >> is text back was, "what kind of question is that? i'm playing." reporter: matt decided he needed to do a little bit more. >> 1, 2, 3, bill. that was very touching. >> i just passed it to him. reporter: he dropped six second-half three-pointers on a weighted 26 points all told. >> every time i got it i just let it go. reporter: his team still lost the game. cape fear show their support in the handshake line. >> everyone was in tears. they had their arms around matt. it was a special -- it was bigger than the game. much bigger than the game. reporter: real life is settling
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